Three Names of Meby Mary Cummings, Lin Wang
Ada has three names. Wang Bin is what the caregivers called her at her Chinese orphanage. Ada is the name her American parents gave her. And there is a third name, a name the infant Ada only heard whispered by her Chinese mother.
"An insightful story for adopted children and their friends who want to know more about international adoption."
"A gentle, sensitive story of international adoption told through the eyes of a Chinese-American girl."
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- Whitman, Albert & Company
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- Age Range:
- 8 - 13 Years
Meet the Author
Mary Cummings is the author of a book on the life of the Buddha and has led art tours to China, Japan, and India. She has curated Asian-themed museum exhibitions on shadow puppets, figurative art, and other topics. She is education director at a Midwestern literary center. Mary lives with her husband and Chinese-born daughter, Ada.
Lin Wang received her M.F.A. from the Savannah College of Art and Design in Georgia. She uses watercolor and colored pencil to create a style she calls “ethereal realism.” A native of China, she lives with her husband, son, and daughter in California, where she freelances as an illustrator.
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